Sunday, March 07, 2010

Award Winning


Just wanted to let readers know that I've heard from the Religion Communicators Council judges that Baha'i Thought will be a 2010 recipient of an Award of Excellence in Internet Communication. I'll be attending their awards ceremony in Chicago on April 8th and hopefully visiting the House of Worship the next day. I noticed some other Baha'is among the award winners and look forward to connecting with them and any Baha'is who might be attending this year's Religion Communicator's Congress.

Many thanks to all of you have who shown your support for this humble effort over the years. Also congrats to all the other Baha'is who will be receiving awards. Ya Baha'u'l-Abha.

7 comments:

  1. Congratulations to you and the others! Perhaps list them?

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  2. Dear Phillippe,
    I am os proud of you! Congratulations on *all* of your accomplishments - Baha'i, husband, father, Ph.D. candidate, the work will come and it will astonish you.

    Much love, Linda

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  3. Congratulations, Phillipe!

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  4. Congratulations Phillipe! I look forward to seeing you at the Convention in Chicago. -Ellen

    FYI, for those who asked, following is a list of all the Baha'i winners this year:
    Category A-1: Amethel Parel-Sewell, Susan Engle, Brilliant Star, Bahá'í National Center
    Category A-5: Brad Pokorny, One Country, Bahá'í International Community

    Category D-7: Brad Pokorny, “Animal Spirits,” Spirituality and the Economic Crisis, Bahá'í International Community
    Category D-1: Brad Pokorny, In The Hague , Religious Leaders Pledge Support for Universal Human Rights, Bahá'í International Community

    Class E – Graphic Design, Art and Photography
    Best of Class: C. Aaron Kreader, Brilliant Star, July/Aug. 2009, Bahá'í National Center
    Category E-3: C. Aaron Kreader, Brilliant Star, July/Aug. 2009, Bahá'í National Center

    Category F-2: Francesca Sawyer, Bach to Bahá: Obligatory Prayers Revealed by Bahá'u'lláh, Bahá'í Faith

    Category I-3: Phillipe Copeland, Bahá’í Thought

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  5. Richard Reid6:15 PM

    Phillippe,

    Well earned award. We thoroughly enjoy your work and the judges have rightly recognized you for it.

    Regards

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  6. Thanks everyone and thanks to Ellen for providing the complete list of award winners. I was not sure if I should have been the person to do so and was going to ask about it.

    Definitely encourages me to strive to make Baha'i Thought better. I'm also enjoying this Fast Bloggin' experiment and might do something similar for the 12 Days of Ridvan.

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  7. SO WELL DESERVED. I love your blog, Phillipe. It is definitely necessary reading. Congratulations! Well done!

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